Being that I was born and raised in Canada, I have not had much of a chance to travel in The United States, other than a few trips to Washington and California. Recently however I made it as far as Tennessee, Chattanooga and Nashville to be exact. Coming from Canada there are a lot of stereo types that come with the Southern states, none of which I was exposed to, yet. (I am going back soon for a longer trip as I loved it so much) Instead of stereotypes I found the people to be super pleasant and polite.
The pace was a lot slower than I am used to living in a big city and the scenery took my breath away. All I could think of was riding those highways on a Harley.
I saw a lot of churches, lovely brick architecture and it reminded me of all the wonderful books I used to read as a kid about the south. I saw a bunch of lifted trucks with super nice wheels and rims! LOVE!!
I also noticed tons of patriotism and pride. Every door has an American Flag, and most a Tennessee Vols Flag as well. I loved Nashville as it reminded me of Granville Street in Vancouver. I really enjoyed seeing Florida Georgia Line in Concert with special guests Nelly and The Backstreet boys. I ate some real BBQ and listened to some great bands at The Stage and Legends Bar. I am going back in just a few weeks and will be taking lots more pictures to show y’all! 😉 And if you have any suggestions for me, let me know!